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主题指南:公众健康

受特定的数据库

考研  Rightly, this is the go-to resource for many medical professionals. A very large, very comprehensive database that is an excellent starting and finishing point for conducting health science literature research. It searches the MEDLINE database and other life science journals.

学术搜索最终  A large, academically multidisciplinary article database that is a very good place to start a scholarly literature search.

accessmedicine  医学教科书, 包含 了解全球健康, 基础和临床生物统计学Medical Management of Vulnerable and Underserved Patients.

 

一般及相关数据库

Web of Science: Science Citation Index  The premier database for literature searches in many fields. Includes citations and abstractions from tens of thousands journals.

sciencedirect  Scholarly articles from scientific, technical和 medical journals. A product of the major academic publisher Elsevier.

期刊@奥维  Scholarly articles from scientific, technical和 medical journals.

clinicalkey  A decision-support tool designed for medical clinicians with a large variety of clinical resources. It has over 650 journals, 1,100 medical reference books, instructional videos, practice guidelines, medical images和 abstracts from the MEDLINE database.

Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews  A well-regarded, regularly updated collection of review articles 许多医学主题。用 EBM评论 to search other providers of reviews simultaneously.

EBM评论  Evidence-based medicine (EBM) reviews of articles on many health science topics. This resource searches multiple sources simultaneously:

WorldCat中  A huge database of books and other materials found in libraries across the U.S. and worldwide 你可以借使用 馆际互借.

企业网页  A list of 兰德曼库’s business and management databases.

教育网页  A list of 兰德曼库's education databases.

心理学网页  A list of 兰德曼库's mental and behavioral health databases.

 

搜索引擎

谷歌  Yes, this go-to search engine is a great way to get background on a search topic and gauge how much information there is on it.

谷歌学术  The next level go-to search engine that's as familiar looking as 谷歌 and provides a useful sense of how many professional and scholarly sources there are on a topic.